Submitted: November 14, 2012
Stayed: September 2012
What a beautiful, unique spot! We had a brief stay in September, hoping to return sometime during the colder months, when it'll be a whole different kind of cozy! It's a honeymoon house, for sure. The perfectly appointed brand-new little cabin rests on a woodsy hill that feels like you're on a remote mountain, though it's close to nice towns and easy shopping. There are some steep hills, but with the golf-cart provided, getting around the neighbors' properties and down onto the beach was quick and fun - we rented the boat and had a perfect day of fishing - It was nice and secluded but with friendly neighbors and our very charming and helpful hosts Doug and Kim extending Southern hospitality. They have made really elegant use of space, and though the half-size fridge was a bit of a challenge (the cooler in our car made up for whatever didn't fit), the kitchen had absolutely everything we needed, and all very handsome quality stuff. Stylish bathroom, gorgeous fixtures, terrific shower! We reminisce fondly about the deep sleep we got in the sleeping loft under the high peak of the roof - excellent beds, linens and quilts, with the smell of pine and the lovely woodwork to enjoy as you drifted off...We had a really nice time exploring the shore, watching the sky with a glass of wine on the dock, making a fire, grilling outdoors...we wish it had been longer and can't wait to go back!
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